Government agencies remained overwhelmed with paper, even as the pandemic drove digital transformation. As a result, government agencies continue to look for better ways to streamline manual processes that overwhelm their workers and find innovative ways to modernize how they deliver benefits to constituents, taking focus from higher-value initiatives. Join this engaging event to learn
AI in Government
Featured Speakers: Patrick Lovelace, R.N., Senior Director of Strategy, Healthcare and Life Sciences at SS&C Blue Prism Shanita Harrison, Customer Innovations Director for the State of New Mexico Join SS&C Blue Prism and the State of New Mexico Human Services Department to learn how their automation bot journey for central citizen engagement has prepared them
Featured Speakers: Raquel Morgan, Director, IT & Business Strategy at Guidehouse Bassel Haider, AI/ML Practice Lead at Guidehouse Artificial Intelligence is a useful tool that Federal agencies are using to increase efficiency and advance their missions. Over the last several years, we have seen the use of AI grow substantially both in the Federal and
Featured Speaker: Jeremy Golant, Government Solutions Consultant at Coursera As data becomes more seamlessly integrated within decision-making processes, public sector agencies must ensure individuals across the workforce can read, work with, and question data in the context of their role. Data literacy shouldn’t be mistaken for technical literacy, and it doesn’t necessarily include the
Featured Speaker: Rushali Patil, Engagement Manager at Quantiphi Many service-oriented government agencies have faced increasing pressure in recent years to keep up with many demands from an ever-changing environment. To meet these unprecedented inquiries, update guidelines frequently and accurately, and boost resiliency for the future, state and local governments need an innovative way to
Markets for Artificial intelligence (AI) are shifting from organizations and agencies that have the technical expertise required to build models from scratch to those looking to consume models built by others. The discussion needs to shift the focus of tooling and platforms from solely model development to overall usage, consumption, and management of models.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) systems provide great value in data processing and are playing a central role in decision-making in state and local government agencies. Join leaders online who have successfully delivered AI and ML solutions to organizations within their communities. With additional advice from industry experts, we will walk through the benefits of
Feature Speakers: Don Heckman, Director Defense Cyber Solutions Leader, Guidehouse Ranyah Salous, Associate Director Solutions Data Analytics, Guidehouse Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is often misunderstood, oversimplified, or conflated with Machine Learning (ML) or Artificial Intelligence (AI). This session shares knowledge and insight on Intelligent Automation and how to leverage for improving Cyber Resiliency: Differences
Moderator: Kathleen Walch, Managing Partner, Principal Analyst at Cognilytica Panelists: Alexander Canizares, Partner at Perkins Coie Sam Jo, Partner at Perkins Coie Bassel Haidar, AI/ML Practice Lead at Guidehouse The federal government’s increased interest in acquiring artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities presents a range of legal and business considerations for government contractors.
Feature Presenter: Kevin Mills, Head Global Government Partnerships, Coursera About AI in Government: AI in Government is where those working in and with the government get together to network, discuss, and interact on topics relating to AI, machine learning, and cognitive technologies. Join us at this monthly event for high-quality content with compelling & informative